Maryland Weather: Wet start but sun on the way
Baltimore– Grab an umbrella before you head out the door because Monday starts out rather humid.
Rounds of rain, including some heavy rain, will continue until mid-morning, so consider giving yourself some extra time to get to work and take the kids to school.
In addition to wet weather, patchy fog is also possible on the roads.
Rain will continue until at least 7 a.m. or 8 a.m. in Baltimore City and possibly into the late morning across Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Your outside numbers are in the 60s.
By Monday afternoon, things should be improving.
While we still can’t rule out an isolated shower or two, skies should become partly sunny with an increasing gusty breeze from the northwest.
This will help wick away moisture and bring more comfortable air to the area. Monday evening looks very nice with mainly clear skies and temperatures in the lower 70s.
The best weather during the week will be from Tuesday until Friday, with a large area of high pressure dominating our weather.
This will protect us from any storms and bring us several days of partly to mostly sunny skies, comfortable temperatures, along with low humidity. Highs each day will be within a degree or two of 80 degrees.
We’ll be watching carefully for a coastal storm heading south next weekend.
The high pressure area that has been protecting our weather during the work week will slide eastward into the Atlantic Ocean. How quickly this high pressure moves east combined with the strength and size of the storm to our south will determine when and how much rain we will see next weekend.
At this time, there is at least a chance of some rain Saturday into Sunday with gusty and cool easterly winds off the ocean. Keep checking the forecast for updates!
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